Divert the Traffic: Plans to Save Soho this Summer

Summer in Soho has always had the best vibe. Where else would you want to be for eating, drinking and hanging out with old friends? Not to mention the new ones you’ve only just met on a great night out… Lockdown in Soho After the long months of lockdown, it looks like bars, restaurants and…

Soho is Open!

Soho is almost unrecognisable during the COVID-19 lockdown. A district which on any given day is heaving with people, suddenly resembles a ghost town…

A Sneak Peak the inside My Soho Times spring issue

As editor-in-chief of a new print magazine, it was a difficult decision I had to make to not go to print this season… We’re all aware of the disruption the Coronavirus (COVID-19) is creating worldwide, and so in accordance with the UK Government advise for people to stay at home, we’ve decided to keep you…

Soho on Pause | My Soho Times

Absence truly does make the heart grow fonder. Being sequestered in West London far away from the city centre certainly makes you appreciate past Soho times. True, you do have more space here in the suburbs to enact the seven metre swerve necessary to socially distance yourself from approaching fellow humans. Strange, one muses, that…

Mums are taking action to raise money for Soho’s only Primary School

Yes, Soho does have a primary school. And it’s vulnerable. Soho Parish School is a lifeline for many working class families in and around the area. Due to limited space in the old Victorian building, pupil numbers are small, which means the school is poorly funded. In addition, they face further Government cuts. Without financial…